Free Press Journal
  • Mohit scripts Castle’s win

    Mumbai : A determined Castle Boys SC managed to strike late and snatch a narrow 1-0 win against Remackyan SA in a keenly contested sixth round league match of the inaugural Borivali Premier Football League (BPFL), organized by the Borivali Sports Foundation, and played at the St. Francis D’Assisi Ground, Borivali (W).

  • Trinamool MLA grilled in Narada sting probe

    Kolkata : Trinamool Congress legislator Iqbal Ahmed on Tuesday was grilled by  police in connection with the sting operation by Narada News, in which several high profile leaders of West Bengal’s ruling party were allegedly shown accepting money.

  • Sensex edges up as government infuses capital into PSU banks

    Mumbai : Shrugging off weak global cues, the BSE Sensex in a choppy tradeon Tuesday inched up after two days, led by gains in banking stocks following government’s decision to pump Rs 22,915 crore into 13 PSU banks. Hopes over passage of the GST bill in the ongoing session of Parliament and good progress in monsoon rains across the country also buoyed trading sentiment. Shares of state-run banks such as Canara Bank,

  • Dr Jethwani on police remand

    Ujjain : The CJM court on Tuesday gave Gurunanak Hospital director Dr Ghanshyam Jethwani on police remand till July 20. He along with two more accused Mukesh Malviya and an adolescent were presented in the CJM and Juvenile court, respectively. Barring Dr Jethwani, rest two accused were sent to the Bhairavgarh Jail on judicial remand. Madhav Nagar TI MS Parmar informed that so far 7 persons have been arrested in connection with

  • GST Bill : Arun Jaitley Woos Nitish Kumar

    New Delhi: Even as the opposition Congress awaits an invite for the next round of meetings with the government on the GST issue, union finance minister Arun Jaitley has intensified his efforts to woo the non-Congress parties to muster support in the Rajya Sabha. He had a meeting with Bihar chief minister and JD (U) leader Nitish Kumar on Tuesday and is likely to meet the

  • ‘Madhavika-2016’ released

    Ujjain : Additional Director, Higher Education, Dr Usha Shrivastava released the annual magazine, ‘Madhavika-2016’ of the Government Madhav College. Principal Dr BS Makkad, Dr Mahesh Sharma, Dr Jafar Mehmood, Dr Saroj Tomar, Dr RC Sharma, Dr LS Gorasya were also present.

  • Netto,Goian join Mumbai

    Mumbai : Mumbai City FC today announced the signing of two overseas players from Brazil and Romania for the third season of the Indian Super League.

  • Black buck case: Salman’s counsel seeks documents

    Johdpur : Bollywood superstar Salman Khan’s counsel has moved a fresh application in a court here seeking all documents pertaining to the prosecution permission given by the then district magistrate Rajat Kumar Mishra in the case under the Arms Act. Khan’s counsel had earlier made a plea for the re-examination of Mishra, a prosecution witness.

  • Rahul Gandhi: Apologise or face trial

    SC puts Rahul Gandhi to RSS defamation test: It may be historically correct but the fact or the statement has to meet the test of public good. You cannot collectively denounce an organisation.

  • Melania Trump: Plagiarism on prime time

    Cleveland : In an embarrassment to Donald Trump, his wife Melania was on Tuesday accused of plagiarism in her first address to the Republican National Convention that is set to declare him as the party’s presidential candidate, with critics saying parts of her speech were lifted verbatim from remarks First Lady Michelle Obama made in 2008.

  • Bill To Change Names Of 3 Hc’s

    New Delhi : Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Tuesday introduced a Bill in the Lok Sabha to alter the names of the High Courts of Bombay, Madras and Calcutta, ignoring the decision of the full court of High Court at Calcutta on July 11 to retain the original name for the sake of heritage.

  • Anay Sawant into second round

    Mumbai : Anay Sawant of USA and Tanish Vaidya of Maharashtra scored contrasting wins in their respective boys’ under-11 opening round qualifying matches in the Rs 6.5 lakh prize-money NSCI Indian Classic Junior Open Squash Championship 2016, an SRFI 4-Star sanctioned and an ASF Silver event, and which is being conducted and hosted by NSCI at their glass-back courts on Tuesday.

  • Pawar, Kumari emerge supreme

    Mumbai : Men’s top seed Pankaj Pawar and women’s eighth seed Kajal Kumari registered contrasting victories to emerge champions, in the JVPG 1st Joint District Carrom Tournament, at the Juhu Vile Parle Gymkhana.

  • Ban on sale of non-veg items demanded

    Ujjain: A delegation of Anterrashtriya Hindu Sena met the officials of police and adminitration and while submitting memorandum they demanded ban on sale of non-vegetarian items from July 20 to August 29 in view of Shrawan month and Shahi Sawari of Lord Mahakal. Sena’s state president Surya Sena led the delegation.

  • No one better at politicising lies than RSS, says Khurshid

    New Delhi : Senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid on Tuesday hit back at RSS over a defamation case against party vice president Rahul Gandhi, saying “no one is better at politicising lies than RSS”. The former External Affairs Minster was responding to accusations from RSS that Congress was “maligning” it and “consistently spreading lies” about it, after the Supreme Court observed that Gandhi should not have made a “collective denunciation” of an organisation.

  • Kelkar made prez; Hirve secy

    Ujjain: Elections to the MP Taekwondo Association were held under the patronage of Anil Jain. Accordingly, Kirtiwardhan Kelkar was made president and Abhishek Hirve as secretary. Convener Balram Wadia informed that 11 persons were made the executive committee members.

  • Naxal attack: Gaya police never helped CRPF men

    PATNA : CRPF COBRA 205  battallion jawans who survived the ambush and serial blasts in Sugandha jungles of Aurangabad district in central Bihar on Tuesday night have alleged they did not get support of the local police. Five jawans are admitted in AN Medical College Hospital at Gaya and a private hospital at Patna.

  • Huge response for Intl Chess Day event

    Mumbai : In excess of 225 players, including more than 100 FIDE rated players will participate in the Kotak Mutual Fund Scholastic & Blitz Chess Championship, conducted by Indian Chess School to celebrate International Chess Day at the Don Bosco High School, Borivali (West) on July 23 and 24, 2016.